Recruitment & Retention Webinar

We are excited to announce the Domestic Preparedness Recruitment & Retention Webinar! Join us virtually at 3:00 p.m. CT to hear our guest speakers discuss their careers. Our speakers come […]

Porous Borders & Cultivated Threats

As the United States embarks on the 2016 presidential campaign, the great debate on immigration and border security continues to be a blistering topic. However, controlling the borders is far more than just immigration control, it is about providing national security and protecting the American people from the threats that loom on the horizon.

Planning in Miami for Changes in Cuba

Changes in the relationship between the United States and Cuba have come fast and furious since the December 2014 announcement by the Obama administration that diplomatic relations would resume between the two former foes. Understanding past incidents will help the nation address current and future concerns as movement between these two countries increases.

Training for Special Events – Keeping Them Safe & Secure

To address the gaps and concerns revealed in a recent article and flash poll, subject matter experts discussed training efforts necessary to ensure adequate security at large-scale special events. The challenge of securing special events can be compounded by daily responsibilities, especially where civil violence exists.

State Defense Forces: An Untapped Resource

The feet of soldiers in army camouflage marching in formationWith a high percentage of the U.S. active-duty forces, and Reserve and National Guard units as well, now deployed overseas, the nation’s governors may be hard-pressed to cope with in-state disasters. The SDFs provide a quick-response, low-cost, experience
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